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Lecturer

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Research Faculty of Media and Communication, Hokkaido University

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Feel free to contact me at:

winkler [at] imc.hokudai.ac.jp




Curriculum Vitae

Current Position

9/2015 – Present: Lecturer, Modern Japanese Studies Program, Research Faculty of Media and Communication, Hokkaido University

 

Previous Employment

2013 – 2015: Adjunct Lecturer, PEAK Program, University of Tokyo

2013: Adjunct Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Hosei University

2012 – 2015: Adjunct Lecturer, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Sophia University

2010 – 2015: Senior Research Fellow, Social Science Section, German Institute for Japanese Studies Tokyo

2010: Visiting researcher, Chuo University, Faculty of Policy Studies

2007 – 2009: Visiting research fellow, Keio University, Graduate School of Law

 

Education

2009: PhD in Japanese Studies and Political Science, Department of East Asian Studies, Munich University; Title of dissertation: “Japan’s Conservatives and their Quest for Constitutional Reform”

2006: Master’s Degree in Japanese Studies, Department of East Asian Studies, Munich University

 

Fellowships/Grants

2010: DAAD Short-term Postdoctoral Research Grant

2007 – 2009: MEXT Post-graduate Scholarship

2003 – 2004: MEXT Undergraduate Scholarship

 

Main Research Interests

Japanese party politics

Intellectual history of modern Japan

Conservatism

Postwar constitution and the debate over constitutional reform

 

Teaching

2016: Intellectual History of Postwar Japan, MJSP, Hokkaido

2016: Constitutionalism and Constitution in Japan, MJSP, Hokkaido University

2015- : Introduction to Japanese Politics, MJSP, Hokkaido University

2015- : Energy and environmental issues in Japan, MJSP, Hokkaido University

2013 – 2015: Society and Institutions of Postwar Japan II, PEAK Program, University of Tokyo

2013 – 2015: Japan’s Constitution in the Context of Postwar Politics, Sophia University

2013: Japanese Politics, Faculty of Law, Hosei University